Raksha Bandhan 2020: Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded to the Raksha Bandhan wishes from the female sports stars of India.
The boxers and coaches have been in isolation at the NIS Patiala campus after testing negative for COVID-19 following the third round of testing.
Mary Kom said she doesn't have any secret recipe to share for the stupendous success she has achieved.
Mary Kom donated Rs 1 lakh to the PM National Relief Fund to help combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Mary Kom, who had competed in the Asia-Oceania Olympic qualifiers in Jordan, had returned home on March 13 and was supposed to be in self-isolation for a minimum of 14 days amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Mary Kom has self-isolated at her Delhi residence since returning from this month's Asian Olympic Qualifiers in Jordan,
Mary Kom booked a berth for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after she defeated Irish Magno of Philippines to enter the semifinals of the Asian/Oceanian Olympic Qualifiers.
With Mary Kom's win, 11 Indian boxers have now entered the quarter-finals of the Asian Olympic Qualifiers
Mary Kom, who needs two wins to secure a berth for the Tokyo Olympics, will face off against New Zealand's Tasmn Benny in the first round of the Asian Olympic Qualifiers.
The Asian Olympic Qualifiers for boxing start in Jordan's Amman on Tuesday.
While Mary Kom will be awarded the Padma Vibhushan - India's second-highest civilian award, PV Sindhu will be conferred with the Padma Bhushan.
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju shared a video in which Mary Kom can be seen motivating young players in a bus while seeing them off for the Khelo India Youth Games 2020.
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said that India is proud to have both Mary Kom and Nikhat Zareen.
Nikhat Zareen said her fight was not against Mary Kom but against a system that was not giving her a fair chance to prove herself in her weight category.
After the winning the 51kg boxing trial, Mary Kom revealed why she didn't shake hands with her opponent Nikhat Zareen.
Mary Kom defeated Nikhat Zareen by split decision in the 51kg women's boxing trials.
Former junior world champion Nikhat Zareen on Friday advanced to the 51kg category finals of the women's boxing trials for next year's Olympic Qualifiers.
Nikhat Zareen was handed the fourth spot in the 51 kg category which already has six-time World Champion MC Mary Kom, RSPB's Jyoti Gulia and Haryana's Ritu Grewal.